A Turkish company develops the smallest anti-jamming device in the world

A Turkish company develops the smallest anti-jamming device in the world  Turkish electronics company TUALCOM has succeeded in developing an anti-jamming device, which is the smallest in the world and contributes to the safe operation of defense industry products.  The device, developed by Turkish engineers, is one of the new and ambitious products that provide innovative solutions to protect Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) from interference and ensure the safe operation of defense industry products.  Over the past years, the Turkish company, Tualcom Electronics, has succeeded in developing more than 10 devices working in the field of protecting communications from interference and penetration, and the production of the new device is the culmination of the company's efforts to produce the smallest anti-jamming device in the world.  Ahmet Salih Erdem, Deputy General Manager of Turkey's Toalcomm Electronics, said that the company has been working in the development and production of anti-jamming devices since 2013.  In an interview with Anadolu Agency, Erdem added that his company had developed and produced a variety of devices used in the field of electronic warfare, telemetry, anti-jamming and data linkage.  He stated that electronic warfare necessitates the defense industries to produce anti-jamming and penetration devices in order to provide safe operation, pointing out that his company started its work by producing signal pickups and receivers.  He cautioned that Toalcomm has entered the field of anti-jamming devices because of the need in global markets for such devices, stressing that anti-jamming devices are a key element in electronic warfare.  He explained that they produced the first anti-jamming device about two and a half years ago, and over time, the company has become the largest family of anti-jamming protection devices in the world.  “Our platforms need a GPS receiver when operating or performing an operation, and since the signals are transmitted via satellite, they are usually low-level and subject to interference,” says Erdem.  "Through the solutions we developed, we were able to provide signals to protect global navigation satellite systems through a set of small antennas," he added.  Operation and navigation in safe hands Erdem confirmed that Tualcom has recently developed a new product with two antennas, adding that "this device can be used in the military field at the level of individuals, groups and units, as well as in the civilian field."  He pointed out that his company will promote the device around the world, adding that "the new device works as a receiver for global navigation satellite systems, and can be used on a wide range, from individuals, military units, ships to aircraft, and from unmanned vehicles to missiles."  He pointed out that the device provides important services in the civil field, and that drones and computer servers used in mapping can benefit from this technology.  Erdem stated that all frequencies of global navigation satellite systems are constantly exposed to interference in operational life, so Tualcom has designed and produced various anti-jamming devices.  Ardem explained that the company has competitors in Canada, the United States of America and France, and that it is working - by raising its performance and developing its products - to compete with major companies working in the field of jamming devices.

Turkish electronics company TUALCOM has succeeded in developing an anti-jamming device, which is the smallest in the world and contributes to the safe operation of defense industry products.

The device, developed by Turkish engineers, is one of the new and ambitious products that provide innovative solutions to protect Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) from interference and ensure the safe operation of defense industry products.

Over the past years, the Turkish company, Tualcom Electronics, has succeeded in developing more than 10 devices working in the field of protecting communications from interference and penetration, and the production of the new device is the culmination of the company's efforts to produce the smallest anti-jamming device in the world.

Ahmet Salih Erdem, Deputy General Manager of Turkey's Toalcomm Electronics, said that the company has been working in the development and production of anti-jamming devices since 2013.

In an interview with Anadolu Agency, Erdem added that his company had developed and produced a variety of devices used in the field of electronic warfare, telemetry, anti-jamming and data linkage.

He stated that electronic warfare necessitates the defense industries to produce anti-jamming and penetration devices in order to provide safe operation, pointing out that his company started its work by producing signal pickups and receivers.

He cautioned that Toalcomm has entered the field of anti-jamming devices because of the need in global markets for such devices, stressing that anti-jamming devices are a key element in electronic warfare.

He explained that they produced the first anti-jamming device about two and a half years ago, and over time, the company has become the largest family of anti-jamming protection devices in the world.

“Our platforms need a GPS receiver when operating or performing an operation, and since the signals are transmitted via satellite, they are usually low-level and subject to interference,” says Erdem.

"Through the solutions we developed, we were able to provide signals to protect global navigation satellite systems through a set of small antennas," he added.

Operation and navigation in safe hands
Erdem confirmed that Tualcom has recently developed a new product with two antennas, adding that "this device can be used in the military field at the level of individuals, groups and units, as well as in the civilian field."

He pointed out that his company will promote the device around the world, adding that "the new device works as a receiver for global navigation satellite systems, and can be used on a wide range, from individuals, military units, ships to aircraft, and from unmanned vehicles to missiles."

He pointed out that the device provides important services in the civil field, and that drones and computer servers used in mapping can benefit from this technology.

Erdem stated that all frequencies of global navigation satellite systems are constantly exposed to interference in operational life, so Tualcom has designed and produced various anti-jamming devices.

Ardem explained that the company has competitors in Canada, the United States of America and France, and that it is working - by raising its performance and developing its products - to compete with major companies working in the field of jamming devices.
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